Sarajevo finalized the preparations in Slovenia with a big victory against Metalurg
09.07.2014 at 21:17h
The footballers of Sarajevo completed their nine-day long preparations in Slovenia with a superb performance at the last preparatory match. The maroon lads won against the Ukrainian first league club Metalurg from Zaporožje with the result 4:0. The scorers were Puzigaća, Okić, Stojčev and Velkoski.
Sarajevo started the match in the following line-up: Bandović, Barić, Tatomirović, Dupovac, Puzigaća, Cimirot, Radovac, Stojčev, Velkoski, Okić, Bilbija.
The players of Metalurg had the first chance when the striker of the Ukrainian team sent a rejected ball beside the goal. Until the end of the match, the maroon lads were dominant on the field.
The first goal of the match happened in the 29th minute. Puzigaća reacted well on the assistance of Velkoski and hit the net of the opponent’s goal.
The best moment of the match happened in the 37th minute. Ševko Okić used the mistake of the goalkeeper of Metalurg and scored a goal with a nice shot to increase the lead.
In the second half of the match, two more goals were scored. In the 55th minute Stojčev scored after Okić passed the ball to him and in the 79th minute, with the assistance of Protić, Velkoski scored the last goal of the match by a headshot.
Let’s also mention that Duljević, Purić, Protić, Kostić, Muharemović, Handžić and Gavrić had chances in the second half.
Sarajevo finalized the preparations in Slovenia in Terme Čatež, with a big victory against Metalurg
The results from the preparatory matches are available on the following link: Friendly matches
Until the first qualification match for the Europa League, our players will play another preparatory match. On Saturday, 12 July at 21 hrs at the "Asim Ferhatović-Hase" Olympic Stadium, the players selected by Dženan Uščuplić will play against a combined team of Cardiff City.
Find out more about the tickets for the general preparatory match on: Tickets Sarajevo - Cardiff
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